It’s not too late to catch this home-run exhibition that’s about a whole lot more than only baseball at the Worcester Art Museum
Written and directed by Spike Lee. US, 1998, 136 minutes. Available on DVD, VOD, and to subscribers on HBO Max.
“The Film and Television Production Incentive program has made Massachusetts a leading filmmaking destination that supports thousands of local families.”
“If you want to know about the causes, you have to ask, What’s the cause of poverty, violence, and corruption? And that second question is what the Biden administration isn’t asking.”
Directed by Steven Soderbergh. US, 2021, 115 minutes. Available with subscription on HBO Max.
Co-written and directed by Janicza Bravo. US, 2020, 90 minutes. Opens theatrically on Tuesday, June 29.
A graphic memoir, a summer solstice celebration, and more.
Directed and co-edited by Sophy Romvari. Canada, 2020, 17 minutes. Available with subscription on MUBI.
About "On Cinema at the Cinema," Hollywood in 2021, and how one reflects the other.
How is Boston’s arts community honoring the commitments it made when signing a letter demanding racial equity last year?